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YOUNG ACADEMICS AWARD 2018

Sustainable water management in the Alps Research and innovation are key elements for promoting sustainable development in the Alps and young academics play a crucial role in shaping the future of the Alps. Aim of the Young Academics Award is to recognize this key role by awarding outstanding master theses carried out on relevant alpine topics. This initiative is supported by the Austrian Presidency of...

5/8/2018

Youth Alpine Interrail

Youth Alpine Interrail enables 100 selected young people to travel sustainably across the Alps by means of public transport for 50 euros for one month in the summer of 2018. The goal is to show you the adventurousness, the comfort, the practicality and the fun of holidays by train and the beauty of the alpine countries. By slowing down the journey and travelling by train...

5/8/2018

HIGH ALTITUDE ARCHITECTURE

On the evening of May 17th, the “High Altitude Architecture” notebook attached to the Arketipo magazine number 119 will be presented. Throughout the course of the evening, three case studies will be presented. Valentin Bearth from Bearth & Deplazes Architects will introduce the clinic Klinik Gut in Fläsch (CH). Gino Garbellini of Piuarch along with the Latteria Sociale Valtellina in Sondrio and Guido Callegari of the...

5/7/2018

THE EXPERIENCE OF STIFTER + BACHMANN IN ALTO ADIGE

The series of meetings entitled Architects and Territories aims to highlight the work of professional firms working in different countries, mainly in Alpine contexts, by presenting their work and examining the relationships between their architectural projects and the territory. The first meeting is dedicated to Alto Adige, a geographical area that has for decades accepted and recognized the importance of contemporary architecture in reorganizing the...

5/7/2018

GMBA launches its Mountain Biodiversity and Human Wellbeing Survey!

The Global Mountain Biodiversity Assessment (GMBA) launched the project Toward biodiversity-related opportunities for sustainable development – a global social-ecological mountain comparison. The aim of this project is to perform a first coarse assessment of the state of, trends in, and relationship between biodiversity, ecosystem services, and human wellbeing in the world’s mountains. For this global assessment, analyses will be performed at the level of mountain ranges...

5/3/2018

UNIMONT at “Selvatica, Arte E Natura In Festival: Sviluppo Sostenibile E Digitale Della Montagna”

UNIMONT at Selvatica, Arte e Natura in festival:  Sustainable and digital development of mountain areas Friday 4 May 2018, Palazzo Gromo Losa – Biella For the 7th edition of Selvatica, the festival dedicated to nature that involves the whole town of Biella until 24th June, Anna Giorgi of the Mountain University – University of Milan has been invited to take part in the conference dedicated to...

4/27/2018

CLIMATE CHANGE AND RESILIENCE IN THE APENNINES

The Italian Society of Pedology (SIPe), in collaboration with the Italian Society of Soil Science (SISS), the University of Bologna, the University of Modena Reggio Emilia, the CNR-ISAC, and the Ente Parchi Emilia Centrale, are organizing a summer course on “Climate change and resilience in the Apennines” to be held from June 18th to the 22nd in Sestola – Monte Cimone. Current climate changes will...

4/27/2018

MOUNTAIN PROTECTION AWARD UIAA 2018

The UIAA Mountain Protection Award (MPA) was created in 2013. During its six years of existence, the annual UIAA Mountain Protection Award (MPA) has made a tangible difference to mountain lives, communities and the environment. It has enabled people to raise finances to build key infrastructures, conduct vital research and fulfil pending goals; it has provided an international showcase and communication platform for projects to...

4/27/2018

TREE:HERO project starts

In April, the project “TREE distribution patterns: HillslopE failuRe preventiOn through forest management” TREE:HERO have been launched. The project is part of a larger research programme dedicated to hydrogeological instability with the scope of improving prevision, prevention and risk mitigation, with specific reference to landslides. Landslides, in fact, are one of the plagues of Italian mountainous and hilly landscape causing serious impact on population, properties...

4/24/2018

Open Day Moutain University

OPEN DAY Bachelor Degree CONSERVATION AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT OF MOUNTAIN AREAS Saturday 19 May 2018 at 10:00 Aula magna Mountain University, Via Morino 8 – Edolo (BS) Programme Presentation of the Bachelor Degree Presentatation of the Research Center of UNIMONT Meeting with students Tour of the educational rooms and labs Information about accomodations in Edolo Deadline: Tuesday, 15 May 2018 Register here

4/17/2018

3rd graduation session Degree Course in Conservation and Sustainable Development of Mountain Areas A.Y. 2016/2017

18 students graduated in Conservation and Sustainable Development of Mountain Areas on Tuesday and Wednesday, 10th and 11th April 2018 at the Mountain University. Arrigoni Francesco – Bellano (LC): Quantitative and qualitative evaluation of the production of Bitto PDO in Val di S. Giacomo Bellini Matteo – Clusone (BG): Eco-sustainable innovation in the ornamental greenery sector Bellomi Lorenzo – San Giovanni Lupatoto (VR): Methodological criteria...

4/17/2018

RE-INHABITING LANDSCAPES

The project “Re-inhabiting landscapes: the Valbrevenna in the Ligurian Apennines” was born out of the post-graduate course “Documentation and management of minor historical settlements” organized by the DIDA Department of the Faculty of Architecture of Florence (AA 2013/14) and the two-year program agreement stipulated by the University with the Municipality of Valbrevenna and the Parco dell’Antola. The project aims to revitalize the Valbrevenna through the...

4/13/2018

Conference: Climate Change

CAI-TAM is organizing a national meeting dedicated to climate change and its increasingly recurring effects on the environment in order to present and analyze this important planetary emergency. Anna Giorgi of UNIMONT – Centre of Excellence of the University of Milan, Leader of Action Group 1 – Research and Innovation of the European Strategy for the EUSALP Alpine Region has been invited to contribute to...

4/13/2018

A UNIMONT student wins the Aquila Studens award

“Aquila Studens” is a competition that rewards the best bachelor’s and master’s degree theses about the mountains and the alpine environment from different viewpoints: nature, human, historical, literary. The main subject of the thesis can be a literary or scientific text, as well as an essay or manual. This means that the theses must study, from a linguistic, literary, historical and scientific viewpoint, that particular...

4/12/2018

Which future for mountain municipalities?

In order to define and focus on the importance of the social fabric of municipalities and peripheral areas, as well as to promote the awareness of local communities, develop innovative ideas and encourage aggregation between various organizations, FEDERBIM is organizing a conference entitled “Which Future for Mountain Municipalities?”, to be held Saturday, 14th April at 10.00 a.m.. Speeches will include that of Anna Giorgi of...

4/11/2018

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